Molly Graham, who was once tasked with helping Facebook to define its company culture, talks about what she learned from the job.
For founders, defining company culture is really an exercise in self-awareness.
Ask yourself: What are your strengths? What makes you different from everyone else ambitious enough to start a company ? What are you terrible at?
What the entrepreneur and his team gleaned from introducing students to the lean startup model
Our Stanford and Berkeley Lean LaunchPad classes are over for the year, and as usual we learned as much from teaching the teams as the teams did from us.
Here are a few of the lessons learned from the two classes.Have each team talk to 10 customers before the class
In its three-year lifespan, Aereo has angered all the major TV networks, major-league sports, and the government. Here’s a portrait of the scrappy company–and its audacious CEO–that could change American television as we know it.
When an employee has the courage to give you negative feedback, you need to accept it as a gift.
It’s tough to receive negative feedback , but as a leader you must treat it as if it were a fine wine. Once the cork is out of the bottle, you need to identify its nuances and understand its valuable characteristics.